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BDC 1/3: Today’s links

Posted by Bills Daily Charge on January 3, 2012 – 10:00 am


DAILY REPORT
— Bills P Brian Moorman set a new club record this season with a 48.22 punting average and he now owns the top four spots in the Bills record book and seven of the top 10.

— Bills head coach Chan Gailey announced on Monday that defensive coordinator George Edwards has been released and Dave Wannstedt will assume the role of defensive coordinator.

 

DAILY LINKS
BuffaloBills.com – Jackson remains hopeful for new deal

BuffaloBills.com – Wannstedt named new DC; Edwards relieved of duties

Buffalo News – Wannstedt takes over the Bills’ defense

Buffalo News – Fitz campaigns for Johnson to return

Buffalo News – Bell, Chandler injuries aren’t too serious

Buffalo News – 97 Rock won’t carry Bills games

Rochester D&C – Buffalo Bills name Dave Wannstedt defensive coordinator

Rochester D&C – Buffalo Bills Replay: Are Bills better than they were a year ago?

Rochester D&C – Buffalo Bills mull over future of receiver Stevie Johnson

Rochester D&C – 2012 Buffalo Bills looking good already

Associated Press – Bills fire defensive coordinator George Edwards

Olean Times – Johnson shows he still didn’t learn his lesson

Audio/Video/Photo Clips
BuffaloBills.com
Bills Focus: Wannstedt Takes Over Defense
Dave Wannstedt on Being Named Def. Coordinator
Ryan Fitzpatrick Locker Cleanout Interview
Buddy Nix Meets the Media

WGR
Bills Fire George Edwards; Wannstedt Named New DC
Stevie Johnson Has a Lot to Think About
Audio: Stevie Johnson interview

WGRZ – 97 Rock, The Edge Will No Longer Carry Bills Games

WIVB – Bills fire defensive boss Edwards

WBEN – Another Bad Bills Season Over

WKBW – SPORTSBLAST: Bills Fire George Edwards, promote Dave Wannstedt

WHAM – Bills Fire Defensive Coordinator George Edwards

WROC – Wannstedt In, Edwards Out For Bills D

Additional Clips
Inside the Bills Blog
Kelsay on possible scheme change, Breaking: George Edwards released as DC, Fred on Stevie’s TD display, Bell dodges bullet, Nix’s schedule this week, Chandler to have MRI, Urbik surgery goes well

Sports Xchange (CBSsports.com)
Will T-shirt stunt be Johnson’s last act in Buffalo?
Strategy And Personnel
Wannstedt replaces Edwards as defensive coordinator

AFC East Blog (ESPN.com) – Bills fire DC George Edwards

Billboard Blog (Buffalo News)
Gailey on Stevie
Bills fire George Edwards
Bell: ‘This is all I know’
Buddy Nix plans week of meetings

Bills Beat Blog (WGR)
Bills’ Nix Defers Questioning For One Week
No Stevie at Bills Locker Room Cleanout

Pro Football Talk
Bills fire Edwards, promote Wannstedt to defensive coordinator
After penalty and benching, Stevie Johnson pleads ignorance

Pro Football Weekly – Bills fire DC Edwards; promote Wannstedt

QUOTE OF THE DAY
General Manager Buddy Nix
On summing up his feelings about the overall season:
It was a two part season. We were excited the first seven games. I knew we weren’t quite as far along as everybody thought we were. It was fun. It was fun to see the fans and this city get as excited as they did. Our players were excited. There’s no excuse for losing seven games in a row. That was a complete downer and a complete surprise. I think we did get it back a little bit. We make all kind of excuses; injuries and that kind of thing. Even with that we should have done better. I think we’ve got a good nucleus. I’m excited in talking to the players. I’m excited about how they feel and excited about a new year. It’s time we need to make sure we step up and get it done and I think we will.

THIS DAY IN BILLS HISTORY
January 3, 1993 — BILLS EXECUTE GREATEST COMEBACK IN NFL HISTORY
The Bills came back from a 32-point deficit in the second half to win an AFC Wild Card game over the Houston Oilers at Rich Stadium. Buffalo was down 28-3 at halftime and Houston scored a TD early in the second half to lead 35-3 before the Bills made their comeback and won the game 41-38 in overtime on Steve Christie’s 32-yard field goal.

PHOTO OF THE DAY

Bills RB C.J. Spiller scored on a 15-yard reception on Sunday and finished the 2011 season with 561 rushing yards on 107 carries and 269 receiving yards on 39 catches.  He also had six total touchdowns.


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